Old Park Capital Ltd

Failed 23 May 2023

FRN: 504863

You might be eligible for compensation

Old Park Capital Limited (“OPCL”) was an asset management firm founded in 2009. It also operated a Business Premises Renovation Allowance scheme. FSCS has received one claim against OPCL in relation to this scheme.  

We’re currently investigating whether there are valid claims against the firm.For this to happen we need to know that OPCL carried out a regulated activity in relation to customers’ investments that would lead to claims that FSCS may be able to protect. 

If you think you’ve got a claim against OPCL, click the ‘Check if you can claim’ button to start the process.  

See our investment compensation limits and their conditions on ourInvestments page.  

Latest updates

  • 22 Feb, 2023

    Thank you for your patience while we’ve investigated the Firm’s activities in relation to the Business Premises Renovation Allowance scheme, KP (Hull) LLP. We’re sorry this has taken longer than we’d anticipated.  

    We’ve now completed our investigations and moved all claims relating to this investment to our assessment team. These claims will be assessed by reference to the rules set out for us 

  • 30 Sep, 2022

    Our investigations are now at an advanced stage. Once we’ve completed them, we’ll be able to confirm whether customers may have valid claims against the Firm.

    We aim to publish a further update in around 8 weeks.

  • 14 Jun, 2022

    We're continuing to investigate whether there are any claims that meet the qualifying conditions for compensation by reference to the rules set out for us.

    We’ve reviewed OPCL’s role as operator of the KP (Hull) LLP scheme and whether the firm carried out regulated activities in relation to the investment.

    We’re now considering whether the firm owes customers a civil liability. If it does, it may lead to FSCS paying compensation to customers

    We’ll publish a further update when we have more news. 

  • 01 Apr, 2022

    Since our last update, we’ve spoken with third parties (including the regulator and other bodies) to get information to help with our investigations.

    We’re now reviewing the structure of the investment to find out if it is FSCS protected.

    We’re also considering whether OPCL carried out regulated activities and whether it owes customers a civil liability. If both are true, it may lead to valid claims.